We saw tremendous animal life including 5 cassowaries. I cannot recommend the trip to Cape Tribulation more highly.
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We were in Cains for a week and decided to take a trip up to the Daintree. The drive is a little windy in parts but it is not difficult. It costs about $30 to cross on the car ferry and you are virtually straight...More
After the ferry the road is very curvey, but if you stick to it, it gets much better the further you drive. The road has some great ocean views. The rain forest is amazing. Be sure and go on some of the walks. At the...More
The drive in is spectacular to Cape Tribulation. Once there everything is easy to access and made for wheelchairs to. The beach is like being on an Island in the middle of nowhere. We saw many butterflies as we walked around.
Beautiful area.Enjoyed a walk along the beach in Cape Tribulation and a drive up to the area. Make sure to take bug spray and sunscreen and rain coat!
This was a total waist of time . Only one trail available of more then 2 km . Absolutly no wildlife near those trails . Always raining in april . Went to Costa Rica two years ago ten times more to see there in same...More
We decided to take a couple of drives up to the Daintree from Port Douglas. Despite the rain we still enjoyed the visits between showers. Well worth the visit
Took a tour out of Cairns into the Daintree, had a good look around and even had a boat ride down the river, it was the heaviest rain I had seen for a long time, but still got out there, we saw two crocs in...More